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Thread: Best $10 I have ever spent

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    Super Member KatFish's Avatar
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    Yesterday I ordered the download for Tension Adjusting & Your Sewing Machine by Alex Askaroff from his web sight www.sewalot.com. This manuel was just what I needed for adjusting the tension on 4 of my vintage Singers. This manuel was for vintage and modern sewing machines. The download was very easy to understand with easy to follow directions. I hated the thought of taking all of my Singers in to the Sew & Vac for just the tension. IMHO this was well worth the $10.

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    Thank you!!!

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    Thank you thats nice to know. Do you spose it would help for a Bernina 440QE ? It doesnt like to work right with the stitch regulator on!!! AAAAARRRR

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    Does it tell you how to adjust the tension on a featherweight... my tension is a wreak at the moment. I also have another that the tension needs to be put back together lol does it tell you how?? Is it understandable??

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammysews4u
    Thank you thats nice to know. Do you spose it would help for a Bernina 440QE ? It doesnt like to work right with the stitch regulator on!!! AAAAARRRR
    I have no idea how the stitch regulator and tension work together, but you could send an email. He responded to mine really fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseOfsharon
    Does it tell you how to adjust the tension on a featherweight... my tension is a wreak at the moment. I also have another that the tension needs to be put back together lol does it tell you how?? Is it understandable??
    I made an adjustment on my 301 today and had a perfect stitch in less than 5 minutes. My 301 and feather weight are very simular so it should work on yours. It was really easy to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatFish
    Quote Originally Posted by roseOfsharon
    Does it tell you how to adjust the tension on a featherweight... my tension is a wreak at the moment. I also have another that the tension needs to be put back together lol does it tell you how?? Is it understandable??
    I made an adjustment on my 301 today and had a perfect stitch in less than 5 minutes. My 301 and feather weight are very simular so it should work on yours. It was really easy to understand.
    Thanks I will have to give it a try!

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    thanks for the info!

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    Thanks KatFish!

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    wow, I will have to check this out for sure. thanks

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